'Vegetarian' has a slightly different meaning

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In India, being 'vegetarian' means consuming milk products, grains, legumes, and vegetables, but not eating the flesh of any animal OR any eggs. It is not uncommon for a vegetarian to refuse food touched by meat, and because of the high Hindu and Muslim populations, asking for beef or pork in most areas is inappropriate, even offensive.


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